A few years ago I was watching the Oprah show and one of the guests mentioned the disease to please. From what I recall some
There is something about gospel music touches my soul and makes my heart sing with unfettered and uncontrollable joy!
I love gospel music. I grew up in a baptist and catholic household. So when people asked me about my religious affiliation I would always
Whenever I hear a Black Woman call herself a “strong Black woman” I roll my eyes and automatically think mule.
Whenever I hear a Black Woman call herself a “strong Black woman” I roll my eyes and automatically think mule. You know the animal that
I am an unapologetic pro-Black Woman! Being a pro-Black Woman doesn’t mean I am anti-man. It means that if you were to ask me who’s side
The soft bigotry of low expectations: “Florida Passes Plan For Racially-Based Academic Goals « CBS Tampa”
“Palm Beach, Fla. (CBS TAMPA) – The Florida State Board of Education passed a plan that sets goals for students in math and reading based upon
Lately I find myself thinking about the old ways. A picture, a song or my mothers laughter unearths memories thought long lost to the ages.
Lately I have been dealing with the infiltrators and manipulators on my Facebook page and on my blog. I was warned and it was expected.
At first I wanted to write this post directly to those who want to stay in our hairlines, those who want to watch our waist
“A lie can spread halfway around the world before the truth has time to get its pants on.” - Winston Churchill Lately, we have been
Of the six black chief executive officers of Fortune 500 companies, only one, Ursula Burns, chairman and CEO of Xerox, is female. Results of an